Will Companies Be Ready for Europe’s General Data Protection Rule?

In the United States, consumer privacy rules are not as strong as they are in other areas of the world. Recently, the U.S. Congress voted to overturn a pending regulation that would require Internet service providers (ISPs) to obtain people’s permission before selling their data about them. President Trump then signed the rollback. As reported […]

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Do YOU Provide Too Much Online Information About Yourself?

As we’ve written about several times before, privacy, identity theft, and ethical issues should be taken more seriously by people. Many of us are too trusting or careless in the way that we provide personal information — and this can come back to haunt us. In the Sunday March 31 New York Times, two articles […]

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Google Faces Privacy Issues In Europe

According to Businessweek: “Google Inc. was told by European Union regulators to bolster its privacy policy in a warning that may trigger a new round of clashes with data-protection watchdogs across the bloc.” Click the flag to see a Bloomberg video on this. Post suggested by KCJ  

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